Thursday, February 4, 2010

Day 35

Tiny vintage plastic charms and figurines.

20 comments:

  1. cute! I love these and I'm really enjoying your site. I collect a ton of stuff too so it's really interesting to see your little collections.

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  2. i am more and more impressed by your collections every day.

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  3. I just wanted to say that I really, really love that you're posting your collections each day. I think it's fantastic, and I always look forward to your posts. :D

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  4. I found your blog through naturally nina & I featured one of the photos on my blog today :)

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  5. These are fantastic. What a wonderful way to document your collections. I look forward to coming here every day.

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  6. I love this! This is one of my faves, although I love the eraser and acorn collections too.

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  7. So cute...the little lamb is adorable as is the little begging Scottie dog in particular!

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  8. These are SO cute! How do you display or store these little treasures?

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  9. I have a little Scottie dog like these, I've had it since I was a child so it must be 50-60 years old now.......Oh, I think that makes me vintage too :)

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  10. hi! i have just discovered your amazing blog!!! congratulations for your idea and project.
    Love this tiny animals!!!

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